A legend of the offroad that meets the most trusted trainer of the brand is a story from the winter salon, already seen in the most disparate ways. It is the intervention of Carlex Design to make this Mercedes Brabus G500 4×4² The Forbidden Dream of any motor enthusiast.
All right, the photos were taken by a professional who obviously knows how to make a clever use of Photoshop. And yes, Brabus never put his hands on a Mercedes and then keep a low profile. However, the final result given by this Brabus G500 4×4² elaborated by Carlex Design, which has cured the interiors, leaves breathless.
Perhaps it is one of the rare cases in which the flaunting of wealth and pursuit of perfection does not. It is not too much, despite the carbon scattered in the different corners of the car and the fluorescent yellow with which the Alcantara has been combined. The result is that of a swamp monster, a post-apocalyptic metal dinosaur, the marriage between the Steampunk and the Transformers.
The Polish atelier has always managed to combine the most unbridled luxury with a difficult decency to find elsewhere, at least as far as luxury cars are concerned. Just take a look at the company’s website, however, to realize that the work done is something not comparable to the competition. Moreover, Brabus keeps us from knowing that the car has also been technically modified, reaching an additional step compared to the G500 4×4² of First equipment.
If “normally” the Brabus G500 4×4² delivers) and 710Nm maximum torque thanks to the 4.0-liter V8 Biturbo with 7-speed automatic gearbox, the Carlex processing has added to the 78CV and 100Nm scales, powers with which it is difficult to have to do even for tires specifically constructed.